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SECAF visits space units at Schriever
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JTF-SD, U.S. Space Command leaders host Senate committee reps
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Commander unfurling new squadron flag
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Commander hands off guidon during assumption of command ceremony
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Commander hands off guidon during assumption of command ceremony
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Commander unfurls old squadron flag during ceremony
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Service members stand at attention during ceremony
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Commander gives speech during a ceremony
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U.S. Space Force Tech. Sgt. Kristopher Rowell, Space Delta 9 – Orbital Warfare, 1st Space Operations Squadron future operations section chief, waits to load his bicycle into a support vehicle after the Air Force Cycling Team's trip through Iowa ended in Clinton, Iowa, July 31, 2021. The AFCT has become known throughout the RAGBRAI community as “the guardian angels of the road” — replacing chains, directing traffic, rendering first aid, and simply encouraging exhausted bicyclists. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andrew C. Patterson)
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U.S. Space Force Capt. Nicholas Ruiz, Space Delta 9 – Orbital Warfare, 1st Space Operations Squadron director of assessments, exercises and analysis, (right) and U.S. Space Force Tech. Sgt. Kristopher Rowell, DEL 9, 1st SOPS future operations section chief, pose for a photo at the parade staging location for the Air Force Cycling Team in Clinton, Iowa, July 31, 2021. The AFCT uses cycling as a way to display wingmanship and an attitude of service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andrew C. Patterson)
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U.S. Air Force Cycling Team photo, 2021. The AFCT was originally founded in 1995 by Stuart “Stu” Carter with only 28 cyclists, and participated in RAGBRAI XXIII. Over time, the AFCT realized RAGBRAI was an opportunity to present a positive image to the other riders. The team evolved from “riding fast to impress” to “slowing down to chat,” and helping other cyclists with flat tires, mechanical issues, and providing support. U.S. Space Force Tech. Sgt. Kristopher Rowell, Space Delta 9 – Orbital Warfare, 1st Space Operations Squadron future operations section chief, and U.S. Space Force Capt. Nicholas Ruiz DEL 9, 1st SOPS director of assessments, exercises and analysis, are sitting next to each other, fourth row, left of center. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andrew C. Patterson)
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U.S. Space Force Tech. Sgt. Kristopher Rowell (left), Space Delta 9 – Orbital Warfare, 1st Space Operations Squadron future operations section chief, is recognized as Rider of The Year by Larry Gallo, Air Force Cycling Team executive director, at a team dinner in Dewitt, Iowa, July 30, 2021. RAGBRAI is the longest, largest and oldest bicycle touring event in the world and is an annual event in Iowa. AFCT consists of men and women who are serving or who have served, and who exemplify what makes our Air Force what it is today. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Andrew C. Patterson)
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U.S. Space Force Capt. Nicholas Ruiz (right), Space Delta 9 – Orbital Warfare, 1st Space Operations Squadron director of assessments, exercises and analysis, and U.S. Space Force Tech. Sgt. Kristopher Rowell (left), DEL 9, 1st SOPS future operations section chief, take a break on day six of the Air Force Cycling Team's trip through Iowa, July 30, 2021. Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, is a seven-day bicycling adventure that tests endurance, showcases community and builds lasting friendships. RAGBRAI is the longest, largest and oldest bicycle touring event in the world and is held in Iowa. AFCT consists of men and women who are serving or who have served, and who exemplify what makes our Air Force what it is today. The team uses cycling as a way to display wingmanship and an attitude of service. The primary mission is to promote the Air Force as our nation’s great defender of freedom in the air, space, and cyberspace. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andrew C. Patterson)
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U.S. Space Force Capt. Nicholas Ruiz, Space Delta 9 – Orbital Warfare, 1st Space Operations Squadron director of assessments, exercises and analysis, displays the U.S. Space Force's patch prior to packing his camp box on Day 4 of the Air Force Cycling Team's trip through Iowa, July 28, 2021. The primary mission of the AFCT is to promote the Air Force as our nation’s great defender of freedom in the air, space, and cyberspace. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andrew C. Patterson)
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U.S. Space Force Capt. Nicholas Ruiz, Space Delta 9 – Orbital Warfare, 1st Space Operations Squadron director of assessments, exercises and analysis (left) and U.S. Space Force Tech. Sgt. Kristopher Rowell, DEL 9, 1st SOPS future operations section chief help load bottles of water into support vehicles for the Air Force Cycling Team's trip through Iowa at Camp Dodge, Johnston, Iowa, July 26, 2021. RAGBRAI is a noncompetitive cycling event that occurs yearly during the last week of July, organized by The Des Moines Register — the daily morning paper of Iowa’s capital. The first ride occurred in 1973 when Des Moines Register feature writers John Karras and Donald Kaul, both avid cyclists, decided to ride across Iowa and write about it. July 25 – 31 was the 48th RAGBRAI from Le Mars to Clinton, Iowa. (U.S. Air Force photo by Andrew C. Patterson)
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Military members raise their hands to reaffirm their oath to the Space Force
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